2690. chatsar or chatsotser
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chatsar or chatsotser: to sound a trumpet
Original Word: חָצַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: chatsar or chatsotser
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-tsar')
Short Definition: blew

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
denominative verb from chatsotsrah
to sound a trumpet
NASB Translation
blew (2), blew trumpets (1), blowing (1), sounded (1).

[חצצר] verb Kt, [חצר] Qr, denominative from חצצרה = sound a clarion

Pi`el Participle מְחַצְּצ֯רִים2Chronicles 5:13 (Qr מְחַצְּרִים) = players on clarions.

Hiph`il Participle מַחְצְצ֯רִים (Qr מַחְצְרִים as Hiph`il see Köii, 252) 1 Chronicles 15:24 3t. + 2 Chronicles 5:12 Baer, (van d. H מחצררים); sound with clarions ׳מח בחצצרות 1 Chronicles 15:24; 2Chronicles 5:12; 13:14; absolute sounded (sounding)2Chronicles 7:6; 29:28, compare חצצרה near the end (Kt in all to be pronounced (probably) מְחַצְצְרִים).

חֵק see חֵיק below חוק; חֹק see below חקק.

blow, sound, trumpeter

A primitive root; properly, to surround with a stockade, and thus separate from the open country; but used only in the reduplicated form chatsotser {khast-o-tsare'}; or (2 Chronicles 5:12) chatsorer {khats-o-rare'}; as dem. From chatsotsrah; to trumpet, i.e. Blow on that instrument -- blow, sound, trumpeter.

see HEBREW chatsotsrah

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